SageGreenJournal.org voices out of the West, mostly poetry, personal to planetary...

Robyn Hunt

Santa Fe, New Mexico

 

RobynHunt is Development and Communications Director for Las Cumbres Community Services, working in northen New Mexico. She is a member of the ‘Circle of Seven,’ a poetry critique group in Santa Fe.

Her debut poetry collection The Shape of Caught Water was published in June of 2013 by Red Mountain Press, and is reviewed on this site by Art Goodtimes. (Click here to read the review)

Stone Porch Perch

  
Here the vine grows eight feet
a minute
our hostess winks
twining one stray shoot
back onto another at the mother frame
The left side of her face
stilled by stroke

These green lithe limbs resemble
grape stems  the sky goes
rose   we hear every
punctuation     mark every trill

mourning doves     the rub of
wings against the dusk
just out of sight
goats caw      then further
anxious rising flotilla
of fenced-in puppies

loosed from shoes    feet rest 
one white wicker ottoman
chairs rock   reluctantly
lazy sloped roof  & length of road
in front     occasionally      a car
as if lost

a telephone



SageGreenJournal.org is a non-commercial project, an online anthology, to share a poetic vision of the land we love.

We have no permanent office although we do have deep roots in Colorado.

You can write us at Box 160 Norwood CO 81423, or better yet, email us, by clicking

or, if you use a webmail system, write to hello (at) sagegreenjournal.org